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Understanding Aged Pension
Funding for Fruit Fly program needs to continue
Ballarat to glow red as part of Victorian support campaign
Spotlight shines on city’s selfless volunteers
City welcomes 10,000 visitors for NSW Touch event
Applications open for 2020 Cr Pat Dixon Memorial Scholarship
New playgrounds for Wagga Wagga parks
Discover food secrets of NPSP
Help shape Midland’s future
Road reconstruction works set for Dead Horse Lane
Construction to begin on Queens Park Interpretive Shelter
New lights for Bass Recreation Reserve
Hawkesbury’s Historic Putty Road
Arts funding up for grabs
Detox your home with upcoming free chemical collections
Council continues support for Seniors Festival in 2020
Successes of women celebrated at upcoming community events
World goes otter-ly mad for Rocky Zoo
Council adopts Privacy Policy
Development Applications Received – Monday, 10 February to Friday, 14 February 2020
Ararat Mayor chosen for Local Government advisory panel
Local scholarship winner shines
William Street Reserve sports pavilion officially opened
Council welcomes appointment of interim Administrator
Logan Village Green Masterplan to deliver for community
Ballarat hits a six with national cricket coup
Council adopts Shepparton Health and Tertiary Education Precincts Action Plan 2020
First Nations’ culture recognised in playground naming poll
Heritage assessment of Beaumaris Art Group Studio
A morning with author Karina Kilmore
Council adopts Reconciliation Action Plan
Working towards a zero waste Peninsula
FREE ATO workshops for small business
Tree removal at Pleasant and Drummond Streets
Comedy at Town Hall
New Surf Coast Shire waste service to launch in July
Waste to Energy
Yarra Council phases out glyphosate
Community benefits in new grants policy
Shellharbour Mayor welcomes Lake Illawarra dredging study funding
Stage 2 of underground power lines confirmed in Gumeracha
Kempsey Shire Council to lower water restrictions to Level 2 from Monday
Griffith to host Australian local government womens Association NSW executive board meeting
Candidates announced for by-election
Shire welcomes naming suggestions for new Aquatic Centre
Millewa events to discuss men and women of tomorrow
Free screening of 2040 for Greater Shepparton
How a small town became a regional city